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The city is nicknamed the "Hub City" because of its being an economic, education and health care hub of a multi-county region that is known as the "South Plains. " In 1951, a large v-shaped formation of lights was seen in the city that was referred to as the "Lubbock Lights. " The sightings received national attention and were one of the first UFO cases to gain such notoriety.
Local Newspapers: Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Local Sports Teams: Texas Tech Red Raiders
Local Colleges: Texas Tech University South Plains College Wayland Baptist University
Zip Codes associated with lubbock, texas:
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Towns/Cities near lubbock, texas : Wolfforth Ropesville Brownsfield Post Abernathy Shallowater Ralls Idalou Slaton Littlefield
Peffley: Pumpkins (actually winter squashes) are fun Updated at
The iconic autumn vegetable is the pumpkin. Pumpkins are showing up in grocers, on doorsteps, and corner pumpkin patches.Former Lubbock Coronado art teacher indicted, accused of relationship with student Updated at
A Lubbock County grand jury has indicted a former Coronado High School art teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16-year old student. Scott Riley Hall, 40, was indicted Tuesday on a felony charge of improper relationship between an educator and student and a count of sexual assault of a child, both of which are second-degree felonies that carry a punishment of two to 20 years in prison.Texas Democratic candidates Nelson, Olson visit Lubbock
Democratic nominees Justin Nelson, who's running for Texas Attorney General, and Kim Olson, running for Texas Agriculture Commissioner, had a meet-and-greet with voters Tuesday in Lubbock. The two candidates are making numerous stops in West Texas this week, as they're campaigning on a "Nobody is Above the Law" tour in Texas.Committee approves Plan Lubbock 2040, moving proposal closer to City Council
Lubbock's Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee gave its approval to Plan Lubbock 2040, the first comprehensive plan for the Hub City in more than three decades. It's a significant document that - if ultimately approved by Lubbock's City Council as soon as this fall - would guide the city's policy and growth for years to come.Public gives input on Lubbock's comprehensive plan
If 22 years ago someone would have asked what the city of Lubbock would look like in 2018, people probably would not have guessed we would be planning an outer loop to the south and west, or could have foreseen the growth of the northwest corridor of the city outside Loop 289. So what will the city look like 22 years into the future? That's what leaders are asking the public about as they build the city's next comprehensive plan.As part of bankruptcy filing, last 2 Austin Sears stores to close
Both of Austin's remaining Sears department stores will be closing as part of the company's bankruptcy reorganization. The Sears store at Barton Creek Square mall, 2901 S. Capital of Texas Highway , and the location at the Hancock Center, at 1000 E. 41st St., will both be shut down, according to the company. They are among more than 140 stores set to shutter as part of the bankruptcy filing.Winter chill will continue for much of week
The winter chill will continue in West Texas much of the week. While the winds are diminishing the clouds will remain in place through Wednesday.Police investigating death after fight at Central Lubbock bar
Two people are wanted for questioning after investigators believe an altercation at a Central Lubbock bar left one man dead late last week. On Oct. 11, 39-year-old Zenon Cano Jr., was at CC's Bar and Grill in the 1600 block of 50th Street, said Lubbock Police spokeswoman Kasie Whitley.As E-Scooters Roll Into American Cities, So Do Safety Concerns
Scooters and bicycles are spreading across several major U.S. cities while policymakers are scrambling to find ways to ensure that riders are safe. Over the past year, companies have been rolling out electric scooters by the thousands in cities across the country - from Washington, D.C. to Milwaukee, to Lubbock, Texas.49th annual Slaton Sausage Festival, Oktoberfest set for this weekend
The 49th annual St. Joseph Sausage Festival and Oktoberfest will bring a weekend of beer, music, games, activities and, of course, food and sausage beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph Hall at 205 S. 19th St. in Slaton. The event begins with sausage sales from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and then Oktoberfest begins at 3 p.m., said Adam Behnke, committee chair for Oktoberfest.Season-changing cold front racing through the South Plains
The well-advertised cold front is already making its way into the northern South Plains as of 7 a.m. We still have a few hours before it reaches the metro Lubbock area. This front is a season changer.Lubbock biz briefs: Marco's Pizza eyeing Hub City; Parkhill, Smith & Cooper announces promotions
The Ohio-based company is looking for experienced local operators to join the growing brand. Lubbock is one of two Texas markets the brand is interested in.Calling all carvers: Jack-O-Lanterns needed for Lubbock's 10th annual Pumpkin Trail
The event featuring winding paths of Jack-O-Lanterns and other fall/Halloween decorations kicks off at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Lubbock Memorial Arboretum in Clapp Park, said Nancy Neill, indoor recreation coordinator for parks and recreation. She said the goal is to have 2,000 pumpkins light up the trail, but in order to do so, people and businesses from the community need to donate their carved pumpkins.Rain Moving Out, Cold Air Moving In
Overnight showers and a few rumbles of thunder, thanks to former Tropical Storm Sergio, will continue to move out of the area. Some locations received over 2a 3 of rain, like O'Donnell and Lake Alan Henry.Last chance for input on Lubbock's important comprehensive plan
Lubbock's new comprehensive plan is nearing completion, and its makers are asking for feedback one last time before the final draft is turned in. Mayor Dan Pope and representatives from the consulting firm held a news conference several weeks ago asking for citizens to read over the plan and give input in any way possible.Gunfight caused by social media post
An attempted home invasion and a shootout Tuesday involving nine young Lovington people was reportedly the result of the posting of a video on social media of a 14-year-old girl being beaten up. The 14-year-old girl claimed she was drugged, set up and beaten the week of Oct. 1 and that the assault was recorded and posted online, according to Lovington police reports.Lubbock Apartment Assn. supports LISD bond, county expo center proposition
The Lubbock Apartment Association announced endorsements for the Lubbock Independent School District bond proposal and the Lubbock County Expo Center propositions on Friday at a chili cook-off in the Lubbock Dream Center. Lubbock ISD's board of trustees called for a $130 million bond election aimed at safety, efficiency and academic improvements in the upcoming Nov. 6 election.
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